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Aaron Michael DeWoskin

Selected Works of Architecture Shanghai Beijing New York Chicago


能量方案| ENERGY CONCEPT 阳光发电机 SOLAR ENERGY COLLECTION

冷水交流 COLD WATER EXCHANGE

整合的景观设计 LANDSCAPE INTEGRATION

南向天窗 SOUTH FACING SKYLIGHT

北向天窗 NORTH FACING SKYLIGHT 阳光发电机玻璃 SOLAR PV GLASS

窗框 WINDOW FRAME

叁生叁世 LIVING TRINITY 自然通风 NATURAL VENTILATION

钢结构 STEEL STRUCTURE

综合屋顶效果图能量分析图 OVERALL ROOF ENERGY DIAGRAM

放大的屋顶效果图 ENLARGED ROOF RENDERING

CONTENTS

外露采光系统 EXPLODED SKYLIGHT DIAGRAM

景观元素 LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS


GONG SAN PLAZA SALES OFFICE BEIJING CHINA, BUILT 2009

ICBC SCULPTURE SHANGHAI CHINA, EST COMPLETION 2016

Client: Shimao Firm: WDCE LTD Responsibilities: Concept, Modeling, Schematic Design Drawings, Documentation oversight

Client: ICBC Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: concept, modeling, rendering, documentation oversight Credits: UAP (documentation, construction administration, Jennifer Liu (PM)

TPECNOC YGRENE |案方量能 UNITY TOWER TIANJIN CHINA 窗天向北 THGILYKS GNICAF HTRON CONCEPT 2012

TIANJIN CIVIC CENTER TIANJIN CHINA CONCEPT 2011 Client: Nanjing High Tech Zone Firm: Archiland International Responsibilities: parametric design, renderings, schematic design package Credits: Morton Holm (DD)

SHIMAO QIANHAI TOWER SHENZHEN CHINA, EST COMPLETION 2018 Client: Shimao Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: competition concept, modeling, diagrams, team supervision, canopy design in design development Credits: Shamim Ahmadzadegan (DD), Kiet Ta (PM), Zijie Cao (designer), Icon (rendering) Collaboration: Gensler San Francisco 窗天向南 THGILYKS GNICAF HTUOS

璃玻机电发光阳 SSClient: ALG VP RATianjin LOS

City Firm: Archiland International Responsibilities: parametric design, renderings, schematic design package 窗 Credits:框Tianjin office rendering team, EMARF WODNIW TADI (firm of record)

PRIVATE RESIDENCE ADDITION ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN PARTIALLY BUILT 2013

TIANJINWAN AXEBLADE TIANJIN CHINA CONCEPT 2012

KABUTO INTEGRATED RESORT TOKYO JAPAN CONCEPT 2014

Client: Kenneth & Judith DeWoskin Client: Confidential Firm: Independant Firm: Archiland International Responsibilities: concept, renderings, Responsibilities: concept design schematic design package

Client: Confidential Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: concept design, modeling, 3D printing Credits: Henry Chiang (DD), Christopher Slater (designer), Alejandro Gala + Zhao Cong (animation) Collaboration: Gensler LA, Gensler SF, Thornton Tomasetti (structural)

HAITANG BAY 7 STAR HOTEL HAINAN ISLAND CHINA CONCEPT 2010

NANJING GREEN LIGHTHOUSE 计设观景的合整 NANJING CHINA EPACSDNAL BUILT 2015 NOITARGETNI

Client: Confidential Firm: Archilier Architecture Responsibilities: concept, renderings, schematic design package

Client: Nanjing High Tech Zone Firm: Archiland International Responsibilities: parametric design, renderings, schematic design package Credits: Morton Holm (DD), Cowi (energy concept), TADI (engineering)

BANK HEADQUARTERS 机电发光阳 HAI YGRAN ENE RCHINA ALOS NOITCELL2014 OC CONCEPT

流交水冷 RETAW DLOC EGNAHCXE

Client: Shanghai Nong Ye Yin Hang Firm: Independant Responsibilities: story, concept design, modeling, client negotiation Credits: Alex Ilten (designer), LiFeng (rendering)

HEFEI WANDA DREAM CITY HEFEI CHINA CONCEPT 2013 Client: Wanda Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: story, concept design, 3D modeling, scripting. Credits: Glenn Nordlow (DD in LA), Ken Sizemore (DD in BK), Tony Lu (PM) Jenny Jiang (designer), Icon (rendering)

YTINIRT GNIVIL 世叁生叁

CRATE&BARREL ST. LOUIS MISSOURI BUILT 2002

风通然自 NOITALITNEV LARUTAN

构结钢

Client: Crate&Barrel, Galleria Mall ERUTCURTS LEETS Firm: Crate&Barrel Responsibilities: design, modeling, schematic design drawings Credits: Jacque Verlinden (DD), Jimmy 统系光采露外 Turner (PA), NBBJ (documentation)MARGAID THGILYKS DEDOLPXE Turner Construction (contractor)

SENIOR UNIVERSITY TIANJIN CHINA CONCEPT 2010

FENGXIAN CULTURE CENTER SHANGHAI CHINA CONCEPT 2014

Client: Tianjin City + Singaporean Government for the TianJin Eco City Firm: Archiland International Responsibilities: concept, modeling, rendering Credits: Morton Holm (DD)

Client: Vanke Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: story, concept, 3D model, Vray, diagrams,presentations Credits: Russell Gilchrist (DD), Catherine Chen (design), ShuFan (PM)

CRATE&BARREL HOMESTORE OAKBROOK ILLINOIS BUILT 2003

TIANJIN COOL AUTO MUSEUM 素TIANJIN 元观景 CHINA STNEMELE EPAC SDNAL CONCEPT 2010

Client: Crate&Barrel, OakBrook Mall Firm: Crate&Barrel Responsibilities: design, modeling, schematic design drawings Credits: Jacque Verlinden (DD), Jimmy Turner (PA), Turner Construction (contractor), NBBJ (documentation)

Client: Tianjin City Firm: Archiland International Responsibilities: concept, modeling, rendering Credits: Morton Holm (DD)

FLOATING GATE BEIJING BEIJING CHINA MASTERS THESIS 2008

SANDMAN TOKYO JAPAN CONCEPT 2014 Client: Confidential Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: concept design, 3D printing, renderings, diagrams

School: Illinois Institute of Technology Responsibilities: concept design, physical model, renderings, thesis book Advisory: Professor Tim Brown, Professor Tom Brock Credits: Dr. Kenneth DeWoskin (consultation)

RENMIN UNIVERSITY CAMPUS BEIJING CHINA CONCEPT 2013 Client: Renmin University Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: concept design, renderings, diagrams Credits: dd 图 析分量能 图Robben 果效顶屋Mayer, 合综 designer MARGA ID YGChoe, RENE FIcon OOR (renderings), LLAREVO Ryan urban planning Tom Ford

VERY LARGE ARRAY HANGER SECORRO NEW MEXICO CONCEPT 2007

GANSU MANHATTEN LANZHOU CHINA, CONCEPT 2013

TIANJING MARATIME MUSEUM NANJING CHINA CONCEPT 2012

School: Illinois Institute of Technology Responsibilities: concept design, physical model, renderings Advisory: Professor Tim Brown

Client: City of LanZhou Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: concept design, modeling, diagrams, team supervision Credits: Shamim Ahmadzadegan (DD), PM Susie Zhang, Chen Lan (designer), Qiu Sheng (PA), Icon (renderings)

Client: Tianjin City Firm: Archiland International Responsibilities: parametric design, renderings, schematic design package Credits: Morton Holm (DD), HAO (program), Crystal (renderings)

ECOCITY SCIENCE + PLANNING MUSEUM TIANJIN CHINA EST COMPLETION 2020 Client: Tianjin City + Singaporean Government Firm: Archiland International Responsibilities: concept, modeling, rendering, schematic design package Credits: Morton Holm (DD), Buro Happhold (energy consulting), Crystal (renderings)

CRATE&BARREL HOMESTORE RICHMOND VIRGINIA BUILT 2003 Client: Crate&Barrel, ShortPump Mall Firm: Crate&Barrel Responsibilities: design, modeling, schematic design drawings Credits: Jacque Verlinden (DD), Jimmy Turner (PA), Turner Construction (contractor), NBBJ (documentation)

BANK HEADQUARTERS HAI AN CHINA CONCEPT 2014 Client: Shanghai Nong Ye Ying Hang Firm: Independant Responsibilities: story, concept design, modeling, client negotiation Credits: designer Alex Ilten, LiFeng (rendering)

DRAGON’S LINK HOTEL KONG, 图果HONG 效顶屋的 大放 GNIREDNER FO OR DEGRAL2015 NE CONCEPT Client: Shimao Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: concept design, modeling, diagrams, plans Credits: Shamim Ahmadzadegan(DD), Wendy Wong (PM), Catherine Chen (designer), Icon (rendering)

ECLIPSE TOKYO JAPAN CONCEPT 2014 Client: Confidential Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: concept design, 3D printing, renderings, diagrams

GUANGZHOU FINANCIAL CITY GUANGZHOU CHINA, CONCEPT 2013 Client: Shimao Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: concept design, modeling, diagrams, team supervision Credits: Shamim Ahmadzadegan(DD), PM Susie Zhang, Vince Lin (designer), Qiu Sheng (PA), Icon (rendering) SPEED PEEL TOKYO JAPAN CONCEPT 2014 Client: Confidential Firm: Gensler Responsibilities: concept design, modeling, 3D printing, renderings Credits: Ryan Choe (designer), Alex Ilten (designer)

CREDITS


VANKE SHANGHAI FENGXIAN CULTURE & BUSINESS CENTER 万科上海风险文化和商业中心

A Project and Program for Vanke in Shanghai’s Fengxian, a New Gateway, Proudly Steeped in It’s Own Unique History and Culture

Yan Yan (言偃) was a native of Wu. Fengxian means “worshipping the sage”, a name bestowed on this district by Yan Yan. After studying with Confucius he was named commander of Wuchang. While employed there, he transformed the character of people through teaching ritual propriety and music, receiving much praise by Confucius. When Confucious passed away, Ji Kang asked Yan how is could be that Confucious was not as widely known as Zichan (the Duke of Zheng), whose passing sparked a flurry of weaping for months, and lavish gifts sacrificed by his gravesite. Yan replied, “The influences of my Master might be compared to those of overflowing water and those of fattening rain. Wherever the water in its overflow reaches, men take knowledge of it, while the fattening rain falls unobserved.” The project was a melding of interests between client and government, commercial and cultural. The form, guided by the curved river, was an unique creature born from contrasting interests. As the design progressed through three rounds, the core concept held stready while the FAR continuosly increased for financial feasibilty. Eventually Vanke required more sellable area than Fengxian offered, but they both found a cultural jewel as inpiration for future projects.


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剧场 商业零售 艺术学校 Concert Retail Art School Hall

演艺中心 Performance Pavilion

展览 会议中心 Exhibition Conference Center

办公 Office

演艺广场 Performance Penthouse

酒店公寓 Service Apartment

宾馆 Dorm + Guesthouse

1 2 3 4 5 6

群房楼板 Podium Floors 音乐厅楼板 Concert Hall Floors 塔楼楼板 Tower Floors 古文幕墙 Guwen Curtain Wall 双层玻璃 Laminated Glass Fins 庭院幕墙 Courtyard Curtain Wall

7 音乐厅外墙 Concert Hall Shell 8 室外场馆 Outdoor Pavillion


End Caps

Middle Bridge


KABUTO INTEGRATED RESORT AND CASINO

A ONE MILLION SQUARE METER 2000 KEY HOTEL MEGA RESORT IN TOKYO JAPAN

Our client was is exploring sites for construction of an integrated resort and casino in Tokyo. The focus was on the iconicism of the tower, the overall metaphor, and the spatial experience in the atrium. We aimed to make a strong impression on the visitor, while achieving an efficient hotel. Starting with 12 schemes, we then dropped to 4 and then finally to one. Kabuto was inspired by a certain samurai helmut. Italic, a view optimized tower, made subtle reference to Venetian history. Eclipse, an unusual star shaped atrium enveloped in the bottom half of an extruded enneper surface. Sandman, a twisted set of legs with optimized views and nice curves. Jewel featured a sky deck with helical ramps over a giant pool, propped by triple towers. Speed Peel boasted the worlds only spiral ramp hotel with the worlds longest manmade ski slope + water slide.


SAND MAN

PHASE A

PHASE B

CASINO

PROGRAM

MICE

RETAIL

HOTEL B

HOTEL A

MAX HEIGHT: HOTEL A: HOTEL B: FLOORS: HOTEL A: HOTEL B:

200m

HOTEL AREA: HOTEL A: HOTEL B:

200m 109m 69 28 382553sm 448967sm

109m

SECTIONS

TYPICAL PLANS


ARIAL PLAN


JEWEL

PHASE A

POOL RAMPS

PHASE B

CASINO

MICE

PROGRAM

RETAIL

HOTEL B

195m

HOTEL A MAX HEIGHT: 195m HOTEL A: 161, 131, 115m HOTEL B: FLOORS: HOTEL A: HOTEL B: HOTEL AREA: HOTEL A: HOTEL B:

ENLARGED SECTION

48 40, 34, 29 373690sm 330469sm

SECTION


The Venetian Emphatic


ECLIPSE


SHIMAO SHENZHEN QIANHAI 330 Meter Mixed Use Office Tower

RETAIL PROGRAMMING (GROUND FLOOR) 商业业态(一楼)

方案二 办公四区标准层平面 方案二 办公四区标准层平面 方案二 办公二区标准层平面 方案 二办公三区标准层平面 方案二 办公二区标准层平面 SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONE SCHEME 04 FLOOR 2 -OFFICE PLAN ZONE 04 FLOOR PLAN SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONE 022 FLOOR SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONE 03 FLOOR PLAN SCHEME -OFFICEPLAN ZONE 02 FLOOR PLAN

方案二 办公一区标准层平面 方案二 办公一区标准层平面 SCHEME 2 -OFFICESCHEME ZONE 012 FLOOR -OFFICEPLAN ZONE 01 FLOOR PLAN

方案二 办公一区标准层平面 SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONE 01 FLOOR PLAN

方案二 办公一区标准层平面 SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONE 01 FLOOR PLAN

方案二 办公二区标准层平面 SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONE 02 FLOOR PLAN 方案 二办公三区标准层平面 方案 二办公三区标准层平面 SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONE 03 2FLOOR PLAN SCHEME -OFFICE ZONE 03 FLOOR PLAN

AREA(m2)

方案二 办公三区与四区空 SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONESCHEM 03&0

POTENTIAL PROGRAM 建议业态 Anchor/Bank 主力店/银行 Luxury shop 精品店

Large scale 300-600 大型面积 Middle scale 方案二 办公四区标准层平面 方案二 办公二区标准层平面 150-300 中型面积 SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONE 04 SCHEME FLOOR2PLAN -OFFICE ZONE 02 FLOOR PLAN Small scale 方案二 办公三区与四区空中大堂标准层平面 方案二 办公三区与四区空中大堂标准层平面 小型面积 SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONE 03&04 SKY LOBBY SCHEME 2 -OFFICE ZONEPLAN 03&04 SKY LOBBY PLAN

Originally a competition, Gensler beat GP and RTKL to gain a full scope contract through construction for this tower. Twoschemes were chosen to move forward. Fnally the twisting scheme was chosen to be built. Expected completion by 2018

POSITION 位置 Entrance/Corner 入口旁/转角 Nearby corridor 方案二 走道旁

总裁办公标准层平面 SCHEME 2 -OFFICE EXECUTIVE FLOOR PLAN

RETAIL PROGRAMMING (B1 FLOOR) 商业业态(地下一楼) AREA(m2) Super Large scale 超大型面积 Large scale 大型面积 Middle scale 中型面积 Small scale 小型面积

1500-2000 600-900 150-600 50- 150

POTENTIAL PROGRAM 建议业态 Supermarket 精品超市 Restaurant 餐厅 Luxury Gift shop 精品礼品店 Gift shop 礼品店

POSITION 位置 Nearby atrium 中庭附近 Nearby corner 转角 Nearby corridor 走道旁 Nearby corridor 走道旁

RETAIL PROGRAMMING (SECOND FLOOR) 商业业态(二楼) AREA(m2) Large scale 大型面积 Middle scale 中型面积 Small scale 小型面积

300-600 150-300 50-150

POTENTIAL PROGRAM 建议业态 Anchor 主力店 Luxury shop 精品店 Gallary shop 特色商店

POSITION 位置 Nearby atrium 中庭附近 Nearby corner 转角 Nearby corridor 走道旁

RETAIL PROGRAMMING (FOURTH TO FIFTH FLOOR) 商业业态(四至五楼)

面积/

AREA: 2030

塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY:

一区标准层平面 ZONE 01 TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN (11F)

比例 1:300 SCALE 1:300

SQM

面积/

73.3%

AREA: 2030

比例 1:300 SCALE 1:300

ZONE 01

SQM

面积/

AREA: 2040

SQM

面积/

AREA: 2057

SQM面积/

AREA: 2057

SQM

塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 73.8%塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 73.8%

面积/

AREA: 2040

SQM

塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 72.5%

塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 72.5%

面积/

AREA: 1950

SQM

面积/

AREA: 1920

SQM

塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 74.0%塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 74.0%

塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 87.3% Trading floor Nearby atrium Super Large scale 1000-1500 交易大厅 中庭附近 超大型面积 三区标准层平面 三区标准层平面 三区与四区空中大堂标准层平面 三区与四区空中大堂标准层平面 1:300 比例 比例 1:300 比例 Large scale 一区标准层平面 比例 四区标准层平面 ZONE 二区标准层平面 总裁办公标准层平面 PLAN (44F) FLOOR (33F) ZONE 03 TYPICAL PLAN (44F) ZONEPLAN 03&04 SKY LOBBY PLAN (33F) SCALE二区标准层平面 1:300 SCALE 1:300 比例 1:300 比例 03&04 SKY LOBBY 比例 比例 SCALE 1:300ZONE 03 TYPICAL FLOOR SCALE 1:300 大型面积 TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN (11F) ZONE 04(22F) TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN (56F) 02 TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN EXECUTIVE FLOOR PLAN (63F) ZONE 02 TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN (22F) SCALE ZONE 1:300 SCALE 1:300 SCALE 1:300 SCALE 1:300 Middle Conference room Corner 139 139 SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CONCEPT DESIGN 17 Mar 2014scale SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CONCEPT DESIGN 17 Mar 2014 100-200 137 141 中型面积 大会议室 塔楼转角 137 SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CONCEPT DESIGN 17 Mar 2014 SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CONCEPT DESIGN 17 Mar 2014 SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CONCEPT DESIGN 17 Mar 2014 Meeting room Nearby corridor Small scale 50-100 小会议室 走道旁 小型面积 塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY:

73.3%

POTENTIAL PROGRAM POSITION AREA(m2) 建议业态 位置 Large scale Chinese restaurant Nearby atrium 600-900 大型面积 中式餐馆 中庭附近 Western restaurant Nearby corridor Middle scale 300-600 特色餐馆 走道旁 中型面积 Casual dinning Nearby corridor Small scale 100-300 简餐 走道旁 小型面积 面积/ AREA : 2080 SQM面积/ AREAPROGRAMMING : 2080 SQM CONFERENCE CENTER (FOURTH TO FIFTH FLOOR) 会议中心业态(四至五楼)

塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 82.1%

方案二 商业三层平面 SCHEME 2 -RETAIL THIRD FLOOR PLAN

2A

22-B Large scale 1 大型面积 Middle scale 中型面积 Small scale 小型面积

SC

CONFERENCE CENTER FLOOR (SIXTH FLOOR) 3 会议中心业态(六楼) POTENTIAL PROGRAM POSITION 2 AREA(m ) 建议业态 位置SQM 总面积/THE TOTAL AREA 5685.2 BallRETAIL room AREA Nearby 4233.7 SQMterrace 商业面积/ 500-600 宴会厅 靠近户外露台 1 1267.1 SQM Conference room Corner 100-200 2 塔楼转角 1615.7 SQM 大会议室 Meeting room 3 Nearby 1350.9corridor SQM 50-100 小会议室 走道旁

RETAIL PROGRAMMING (THIRD FLOOR) 商业业态(三楼) AREA(m2) Large scale 大型面积 Middle scale 中型面积 Small scale 小型面积

面积/

AREA: 2030

塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY:

比例 1:300 SCALE 1:300

图例 LEGEND

比例 1:300 SCALE 1:300

SQM 面积/

AREA: 2030

面积/ AREA AREA : 2040 SQM 面积/ : 2057 SQM 面积/

SQM

73.3% 塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 73.3%

一区标准层平面 一区标准层平面 ZONE 01 TYPICAL ZONE FLOOR01 PLAN (11F)FLOOR PLAN (11F) TYPICAL

面积/

AREA: 1950

150-300 50-150

POTENTIAL PROGRAM 建议业态 Mini Anchor 次主力店 Luxury shop 精品店 Gallary shop 特色商店

POSITION 位置 Nearby atrium 中庭附近 Nearby corner 转角 Nearby corridor 走道旁

SQM

面积/

塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY : 72.5% 塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY : 73.8% 塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 72.5%

SQM

面积/

AREA: 1950

塔楼效率

SQM

二区标准层平面 二区标准层平面 三区标准层平面 塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 82.1% 塔楼效率/ EFFICIENCY: 82.1%三区与四区空中大堂标准层平面 比例 比例 ZONE0302TYPICAL TYPICALFLOOR FLOORPLAN PLAN (22F)FLOOR PLAN (22F) ZONE (44F) ZONE 03&04 SKY LOBBY PLAN (33F) SCALE 1:300 ZONE 02 TYPICAL SCALE 1:300

比例 1:300 SCALE 1:300

比例 1:300 SCALE 1:300 商业面积 RETAIL AREA

顶层会所 roof club

AREA: 2040

300-600

四区标准层平面 四区标准层平面 137 比例 1:300 SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CONCEPT DESIGN 17 Mar 2014 SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CONCEPT DESIGN 17 Mar 2014 ZONE 04 TYPICAL FLOOR ZONE PLAN 04 TYPICAL (56F) FLOOR PLAN SCALE 1:300

4233 SQM

总面积(包含室外走道) TOTAL AREA(INCLUDING OUTDOOR CORRIDOR)

5686 SQM

比例 SCALE 1:500

总裁办公 excecutive office 世茂总部办公 shimao office

零售 RETAIL

(56F)

137

总裁办公标准层平 EXECUTIVE FLOOR PLA

主力店 ANCHOR SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CONCEPT DESIGN 17 Mar 餐饮 F&B 交易大厅/会议中心 TRADING FLOOR /CONFERENCE CENTER

零售 RETAIL

SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIA

交通核 VERTICAL CORE 走道 CORRIDOR 服务/逃生通道 SERVICE CORRIDOR

主力店 ANCHOR 餐饮 F&B 会议中心 CONFERENCE CENTER 交通核 VERTICAL CORE 走道 CORRIDOR 服务/逃生通道 SERVICE CORRIDOR

出租办公 multi -tenant office SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CONCEPT DESIGN 17 Mar 2014

餐饮 f&b 商业 RETAIL 地下停车 underground PARKING

剖面图 SECTIONS

119


方 SCHEME 1

图例 LEGEND

零售 RETAIL 主力店 ANCHOR 餐饮 F&B 会议中心 CONFERENCE CENTER 交通核 VERTICAL CORE 走道 CORRIDOR 服务/逃生通道 SERVICE CORRIDOR

顶层会所 roof club 总裁办公 excecutive office 世茂总部办公 shimao office 出租办公 multi -tenant office 餐饮 f&b 商业 RETAIL 地下停车 underground PARKING

剖面图 SECTIONS

SHENZHEN SHIMAO QIANHAI T102-0244 PLOT CO


HEFEI WANDA DREAM CITY WATER PARK AND SHOPPING CENTER

Wanda invited Gensler to compete in a massing and facade competition for their new water park and mall in Hefei. Following their standard retail plan and limited to a 24 meter maximum height, we confronted many a design challenge. The shear length to height ratio made it difficult to create an non repetitive and dynamic building. Concept one, The Inkwell, took inspiration from Ming Dynasty water soluable ink landscape paintings. You can easily identify the form, facade, and features that equate to the elements of painting. The amphitheater represents the ink stone, the the skylight the ink stream, the roof cover is the scroll, and the facades are adorned with wood, water, and greenery. The client embraced this scheme, instructed us to set it aside, guaranteeing the chairman’s review in a later round. So we focused on other schemes. Several weeks later at our rendering company, we found a cheap copy of it from a local firm. We were later informed that we had lost the competition.


SINO WAVE WATER PARK

The obvious metaphor need not be unoriginal. The Sino Wave’s parametric facade, springy circulation court, and snaking skylight break into three clearly legible elements. Free of the need for glass along most facades, a tensile structure with EFT is viable. Our waves have dramatic depths and dynamics.


SHANGHAI RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK HAI AN HEADQUARTERS / 150 METER TOWER

In only twelve days, the bank needed to develop a scheme for their new headquarters in Hai An. Due to the urgency of government approval, we proposed two schemes acknowledging likely differences in each partie’s priorities. Gold Speckled River An Infinite loop atrium through podium and tower forms a pasive climate control strategy and social gathering space. The metaphor mixes classic Americana with golden Chinese balance and fortune.


安三

S3

海安 安全网 平安 safety strength speed

This design embraces three elements critical in banking. A safety net means trust. Strength means resiliance in a down turn. Speed means transactions happen smoothly. Many global bank headquarters harness strong outlines on angular forms. Due to a high FAR, a light foorprint was challenging, hence the heavy, masculine base.


上面总平面图

标准平面图 standard floorplan

overhead view with podium

高层平面图 penthouse plan

+ 428 METER PEAK 88 OCCUPIABLE FLOORS

东边立面图 east elevation

南北剖面图 north south section

东西剖面图 east west section

南边立面图 south elevation

东边人行角度 east perspective


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UNITY xiaobailou tianjin china


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RENMIN UNIVERSITY NEW CAMPUS

seven KEY ACADEMIC BUILDINGS IN TONGZHOU BEIJING

Gensler provided master planning design for Renmin University’s new campus in TongZhou. Along the way, we were asked to provide a modern update to some of the key buildings. In three weeks time, we created fresh concepts for seven buildings on campus.

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1. Future Sciences 2. Athletics Stadium 3. Student Union 4. School of Humanities 5. School of Education 6. School of Sociology 7. Library

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SCIENCE MUSEUM + CITY PLANNING MUSEUM

ECSM

TIANJIN ECO CITY CBD COMPETITION 25,000 SM BRIDGED COUPLE INFINITE LOOP 1ST PLACE, CONSTRUCTION 2013


ECSM ADM

BID

MEET

MEET

POST JURY PLAN

BID

MEET

ADM

MEET

P.V.

North daylight harvest

Green roof

GMP

STEVEN HOLL

ARCHILAND

ECO design facade Natural ventilation

ECO design facade

Natural ventilation Compact podium: reduced M2 + facade

STORAGE

PUBLIC LINE

LOGISTICS

VIP

MEETING

EXHIBITION 2

GREETING

EXHIBITION 1

CULTURAL

ADMINISTRATION

BREAKOUT

OFFICE

BANQUET

NEGOTIONS


SHIMAO GUANGZHOU FINANCIAL CITY 320 METER MIXED USE OFFICE TOWER

Initially, the chairman of Shimao chose the eliptical scheme. However, the head of city planning in Guangzhou insisted on a a rectangular form. We designed many more concepts through three rounds. The co-chairman chose the scheme with a cloak wrapping the building as it rises upward. Expected completion by 2018

TERRACED PROMENADE

NATURAL SUNLIGHT

LINKED RETAIL LOOP ENTERTAINMENT

ROOF TOP GARDENS WATERFRONT

MAIN ENTRANCE

SUNKEN PLAZA

RESIDENTIAL CAP

68F/4D H=220m

62F 0M H=28

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30F/4D H=99.9m OR ANCH ᷣ≃⸿ VEST ࠡᅸ

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RETAIL ANCHOR F&B CORRIDOR

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VERTICAL CORE CONFERENCE SERVICE CORRIDOR

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN


NANJING GREEN LIGHTHOUSE ZERO CARBON Construction was completed in 2015. A high tech zone exhibition pavillion in Nanjing, this project translated parametric concept design into high performance reality. The building hosts state of the art technology to achieves a energy consumption below 25 KwH/m2/year and the remaining energy load is offset by photo voltaic panels. The window location, sizing, and orientation helped achieve a 200 LUX natural daylight level for all permanent working areas. Collaborators included Cowi for energy consulting, TADI for MEP/Structure, and Crystal Stone Beijing.


DRAGON’S LINK, TAICHENG HONG KONG 餐厅 餐厅 RESTAUTANTRESTAUTANT

餐厅 RESTAUTANT

COURTYARD HOTEL NEAR THE AIRPORT

HOTEL AMENITIES

HOTEL GUESTROOM

CLUBHOUSE

ROOFTOP GARDEN

Gensler was invited by Shimao to design a 1,400 key hotel on the bay near the Hong Kong Airport. This is to be their first project in Hong Kong. The courtyard scheme, coined Dragon’s Link for its’ facade texture, staggered terraces to give every unit a sea view, either by way of terrace, or oblique window. The courtyard rooms offer a quiet escape to the weary traveler from noisy airplanes. 上空 VOID

餐厅 餐厅 RESTAUTANTRESTAUTANT

后勤 BOH

上空 VOID

酒店客房 酒店客房 GUEST GUEST ROOM ROOM

零售 RETAIL

酒店客房 酒店客房 GUEST ROOM GUEST ROOM

酒店客房 酒店客房 GUEST GUEST ROOM ROOM

Maximize building Footprint Roof Garden 建筑基底面积最大化 屋顶花园 后勤 BOH 后勤 BOH

门厅 LOBBY

Courtyard CourtyardSkylight Skylight 中央庭院天窗 中央庭院天窗

零售 RETAIL

后勤 BOH

Maximize building Sea-view balcony Courtyard-view RoomsFootprint 建筑基底面积最大化 海景阳台 酒店客房 酒店客房 有庭院景观的房间 GUEST ROOM GUEST ROOM 后勤后勤 BOHBOH

咖啡店 CAFE

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

酒店客房 酒店客房 GUEST ROOM GUEST ROOM

会所会所 CLUBCLUB

会所 CLUB

酒店配套 酒店配套 HOTEL HOTEL AMENITIES AMENITIES

会所 酒店配套 酒店配套 HOTEL AMENITIES HOTEL AMENITIES CLUB

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

概念分析图

后勤后勤 BOHBOH 楼电梯间与设备间 楼电梯间与设备间 STAIRS STAIRS LIFT&MEP LIFT&MEP

比例 比例 1:500 1:500 SCALE SCALE 1:500 1:500

Shimao Hong Kong Tung Chung Town Plot No. 38 Dec. 2014

Gensler

走廊/公共空间

屋顶泳池 屋顶泳池 CORRIDOR /PUBLIC SPACE ROOFTOP POOL ROOFTOP POOL 后勤 BOH

屋顶泳池 ROOFTOP POOL

后勤 BOH

后勤

Se 有

Courtyard-view Courtyard-viewRooms Rooms 楼电梯间与设备间 STAIRS LIFT&MEP 有庭院景观的房间 有庭院景观的房间

本层面积/Floor 本层面积/Floor Area:3540 Area:3540 sqm sqm

本层面积/Floor 本层面积/Floor Area:3540 Area:3540 sqm sqm

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

楼电梯间与设备间 楼电梯间与设备间BOH STAIRS LIFT&MEP STAIRS LIFT&MEP

Courtyard Skylight Sea-view Rooms 中央庭院天窗 有海景的房间

Roof RoofGarden Garden 屋顶花园 屋顶花园

会所 CLUB

酒店配套 走廊/公共空间 走廊/公共空间 HOTEL AMENITIES CORRIDOR /PUBLIC CORRIDOR SPACE /PUBLIC SPACE

行政办公 ADMIN

屋顶泳池 屋顶泳池 ROOFTOP ROOFTOP POOL POOL

本层面积/Floor 本层面积/Floor Area:3540 Area:3540 sqm sqm

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

走廊/公共空间 走廊/公共空间 CORRIDOR CORRIDOR /PUBLIC /PUBLIC SPACE SPACE

Courtyard Skylight 中央庭院天窗

Se 海

Sea-view Sea-viewRooms Rooms 有海景的房间 有海景的房间

后勤 BOH

酒店客房 酒店客房 GUEST GUEST ROOM ROOM

CE

游泳池 游泳池 SWIMMING SWIMMING POOL POOL

比例 1:500 比例 1:500 SCALE 1:500 SCALE 1:500

本层面积/Floor Area:5077 sqm

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN FIFTH FIFTH FLOOR FLOOR PLAN PLAN

SIxTH-SEvENTEENTH SIxTH-SEvENTEENTH FLOOR FLOOR PLAN PLAN

首层平面图 三层平面图 五层平面图 三层平面图 五层平面图 CONCEPT DIAGRAM CONCEPT DIAGRAM

六-十七层平面图 六-十七层平面图

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后勤 BOH 后勤 BOH

餐厅 RESTAUTANT

后勤 BOH

Roof Garden 屋顶花园

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

行政办公 ADMIN

前厅 VESTIBULE

后勤 BOH 酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

女士更衣室 FEMALE CHANGING ROOM

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

Gensler

Shimao Hong Kong Tung Chung Town Plot No. 3838Dec. 2014 健身房 Shimao Hong Kong Tung Chung Town Plot No. Dec. 2014Gensler Gensler

后勤 BOH

GYM

Roof GardenRooms Courtyard-view 屋顶花园 有庭院景观的房间

后勤 BOH

女士更衣室 FEMALE CHANGING ROOM

概念分析图 概念分析图

咖啡店 CAFE

男士更衣室 MALE CHANGING ROOM

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

男士更衣室 MALE CHANGING ROOM

健身房 GYM

Co 有 后勤 BOH

深圳宝安机场 SHENZHEN BAOAN AIRPORT 宴会厅 BALLROOM

餐厅 RESTAUTANT

家具储藏 酒店客房 FURNITURE GUEST ROOM

上空 VOID

餐厅 RESTAUTANT

游泳池 SWIMMING POOL

深圳

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

前厅 VESTIBULE

SHEN ZHEN

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

厨房 KITCHEN

游泳池 SWIMMING POOL

游泳池 SWIMMING POO

游泳池 SWIMMING POOL

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM 后勤 BOH

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

会所 CLUB

会所 CLUB

酒店配套 HOTEL AMENITIES

酒店配套 HOTEL AMENITIES

走廊/公共空间 CORRIDOR /PUBLIC SPACE 屋顶泳池 ROOFTOP POOL 后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

楼电梯间与设备间 STAIRS LIFT&MEP

楼电梯间与设备间 STAIRS LIFT&MEP

比例 1:500

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会所 CLUB

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酒店配套 HOTEL AMENITIES

酒店配套 HOTEL AMENITIES

酒店配套 HOTEL AMENITIES

酒店配套 HOTEL AMENITIES

走廊/公共空间 香港天际万豪酒店 CORRIDOR /PUBLIC SPACEHOTEL HK SKYCITY MARRIOTT

走廊/公共空间 CORRIDOR /PUBLIC SPACE

走廊/公共空间 CORRIDOR /PUBLIC SPACE

走廊/公共空间 CORRIDOR /PUBLIC SPACE

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TIAN TAN BUDDHA 天坛大佛

楼电梯间与设备间 STAIRS LIFT&MEP

后勤 BOH 楼电梯间与设备间 STAIRS LIFT&MEP

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

概念分析图

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香港诺富特东荟城酒店 NOVOTEL CITYGATE HK HOTEL

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ROAD

愉景湾高尔夫俱乐部 DISCOVERY BAY GOLF CLUB

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酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

会所

YI TUNG

港珠澳大桥(在建) HK-ZHUHAI-MACAU BRIDGE (INCOMPLETED)

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

怡东路

SCALE 1:500

珠海

屋顶泳池 ROOFTOP POOL

香港富豪机场酒店 REGAL AIRPORT HOTEL

香港黄金海岸 HK GOLD COAST

后勤 BOH

咖啡店 CAFE

CLUB 世博展览馆 ASIAWORLD-EXPO

青山发电厂 走廊/公共空间 CASTLE PEAK CORRIDOR /PUBLIC SPACE POWER STATION

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

酒店客房 GUEST ROOM

后勤 BOH

后勤 BOH

FORTH FLOOR PLAN

四层平面图

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

二层平面图

FIFTHFLOOR FLOORPLAN PLAN SIxTH-SEvENTEENTH FLOOR PLAN SIxTH-SEvENTEENTH

三层平面图 五层平面图 六-十七层平面图六-十七层平面图

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

三层平面图

Shimao Hong Kong Tung Chung Town Plot No. 38 Dec. 2014 Gensler Shimao Hong Kong Tung Chung Town Plot No. 38 Dec. 2014

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LANZHOU MANHATTAN IN GANSU PROVINCE We were inspired by the natural stratification of color in the mountains of LanZhou. Our facade design encorporates random but rational glass and stone widths and shades. By rationalizing a natural condition specific to LanZhou, we mantain ease of construction while lending cultural relevance. The client demanded an FAR of 10 as a result of a government mandate to relocate all displaced residents on the site into one of the new residential towers. The site was riddled with sun shading problems and existing building conflicts. However, in the end, the challenges of the site and high density paved way for an extremely dynamic urban mixed use project.


六层商业 L6 RETAIL ELEV + 26 五层商业 L5 RETAIL ELEV + 21 四层商业 L4 RETAIL ELEV + 16 M 三层商业 L3 RETAIL ELEV + 11 M

桥下通道 RETAIL UNDERPASS ELEV + 0 to + 11 M

地下商业 LG RETAIL ELEV - 5 M 地下1车库 B1 PARKING ELEV - 9.8 M 地下2车库 B2 PARKING ELEV - 14.6 M

六层商业 L6 RETAIL ELEV + 26

四层商业 L4 RETAIL ELEV + 16

五层商业 L5 RETAIL ELEV + 11 M

三层商业 L3 RETAIL ELEV + 11 办公大堂 OFFICE LOBBY ELEV + 0 M

地下商业 LG RETAIL ELEV - 5 M 地下1车库 B1 PARKING ELEV - 9.8 M 地下2车库 B2 PARKING ELEV - 14.6 M 桥下通道 RETAIL UNDERPASS ELEV + 0 to + 11 M

中庭 INDOOR ATRIUM ELEV + 0 to + 31 M

商业主入口 MAIN RETAIL LOBBY ELEV - 5 M to + 6 M


住宅塔楼最优日照情况 RESIDENTIAL TOWER WITH OPTIMIZED SUN EXPOSURE

住宅 Residential 99,820 SM 办公 Office 101,800 SM 商业 Retail 69,526 SM

连通新的商业街/商业面最大化 NEW RETAIL STREET CONNECTION / MAXIMAIZED RETAIL FRONTAGE

竖向社区空间 ELEVATED COMMUNITY SPACE

平衡基地覆盖率/最大化人流 BALANCED STIE COVERAGE / MAXIMIZED PEDESTRIAN FLOW

酒店 Hotel 19,580 SM

四个大广场 FOUR LARGE PUBLIC PLAZAS

绿色屋顶花园改善城市活力与景观 GREEN ROOF GARDENS FOR IMPROVED URBAN ACTIVITY

7.0-8.0 hours 小时 6.0-7.0 hours 小时 5.0-6.0 hours 小时 4.0-5.0 hours 小时 3.0-4.0 hours 小时 2.0-3.0 hours 小时 1.0-2.0 hours 小时 0.0-1.0 hours 小时

可视性 VISIBILITY

商业面最大化 MAXIMIZE RETAIL FRONT


RETAIL

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Male Restroom ⬋ि⫳䯈

Female Restroom

RETAIL 䳊ଂ

SHOP

Female Restroom

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ཇि⫳䯈

RETAIL 䳊ଂ

RETAIL 䳊ଂ

OFFICE LOBBY ࡲ݀໻ූ

RETAIL 䳊ଂ

RETAIL 䳊ଂ

ANCHOR

ANCHOR

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RETAIL

HOTEL LOBBY

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east elevation

west elevation

south elevation

GONG SAN PLAZA SALES OFFICE

north elevation

section

The sales office for Shi Mao’s Gong San Plaza in Beijing’s central neighbourhood of Sanlitun is a 2,200 square meter 3 level building with a steel structure. A floating balcony cantilevers out 8 meters from the southern most column. A recessed pocket of space provides vertical circulation with an escalator and hidden stair. The street, northern, and southern edges of the building provided the only opportunities for deep expression, as the west elevation backed into a construction barricade, and the space planing was rigid with several large sample apartments and a sample lobby. We needed an 18 meter clear span running the entire length of the building to accommodate those apartment floor plans and provide a parking garage on the ground level. The site was extremely tight, as it was not a priority of the developer to use space on the construction site for a temporary sales office. Many on site changes to the drawings resulted in some strange results in the final outcome. The last minute discovery of a gas main underneath the east column line created a huge added cost to the steel (see the bottom right image). This may have caused some value engineering that would terrify any architect. A short list of these changes include raising the top volume two meters and flattening it, removing all of the glass (no windows) from behind the perforated panels on the street elevation, removing all the metal mesh around the exterior stair, adding panelling where it wasn’t drawn, pulling the escalator out of its’ housing, reworking the balcony elevation by straightening out the lines, causing misalignment around the corner. Both thrilling and heartbreaking, Gong San Plaza was a major lesson in how Chinese clients and construction companies view the scope of an architects job. Overall, I was truly fortunate to have had this project opportunity, and despite the imperfections, the apartments are selling quite well, and that pleases everyone.

PROJECT GSP


PROJECT GSP


FLOATING GATE

浮空门

BEIJING CBD

Through this project, I set out to solve 21st century obstacles to urbanization in Beijing, China. Using a site in the heart of the Central Business District, I will attempt to link present and future iconic buildings to major public transit, to one another, and to new cultural attractions. These connections will happen inside an expansive enclosed overpass, an underground subway link, and an outdoor park and market. While solving several problems of its immediate surroundings, the project will also serve as a prototype to other neighborhoods in Beijing. In the absence of necessary infrastructure, the project considers commuter needs, consumer convenience, and cultural excitement, through a generous extension towards all surrounding buildings. Rather than cramming every programmatic element into the project, it serves as a support building to over programmed projects 360 degrees around it.In hopes to save Beijing from the autonomous multi-use complex, I will reclaim space leftover between oversized developments. Inventing a center to each group of isolated complexes should reduce traffic, enable public transit, and increase access to urban necessities. At worst, the project would be an opportunity cost in its generous allocation of noncommercial space. At best, it would form the exact connective tissue needed to morph Beijing into an energized and efficient city. The Chinese name for my project is Fu Kong Men, which has historic significance and modern relevance. It means floating gate, which is a reference to the historic gates of Beijing, but also connotes its mid air suspension. While Westerners would see this as a bridge, Chinese would see it as a portal, an entry, a gate. PROJECT FGB


PROJECT FGB

PROJECT FGB


PROJECT FGB


PROJECT FGB


SALES OFFICE + FUTURE CIVIC CENTER

SOCC

2000 SM LANDFORM BUILDING WITH LIVING ROOF

综合服务中心 医疗服务中心

社区养老院

社区文体中心

NORTH ELEVATION 北立面

SOUTH ELEVATION 南立面

WEST ELEVATION 西立面

EAST ELEVATION 东立面


SOCC

SAMPLE ROOM 样板间 PUBLIC SPACE 公用空间 PRIVATE 私人 CIRCULATION 人流 ADMINISTRATION 行政办公

方案理念

SPATIAL CONCEPT


TIANJIN WAN AXEBLADE TOWER

TJWT

260 M HIGH MIXED USE: 117,600 SM OFFICE + APARTMENTS + HOTEL

PENTHOUSE BLOCK 高层

LOBBY / RESTAURANTS / SUITES 10 FLOORS 层 / 15,444 SM 平米

HOTEL BLOCK 酒店

STANDARD ROOMS / JUNIOR SUITES 10 FLOORS 层 / 18,600 SM 平米

UPPER APARTMENTS 公寓 GRADE AA UNITS / LARGE 10 FLOORS 层 / 19,720 SM 平米

LOWER APARTMENTS 公寓

GRADE A UNITS / MEDIUM / SMALL 10 FLOORS 层 / 20,520 SM 平米

UPPER OFFICE BLOCK 办公 GRADE AA OFFICES / LARGE 10 FLOORS 层 / 21,000 SM 平米

LOWER OFFICE BLOCK 办公

GRADE A OFFICES / MEDIUM / SMALL 8 FLOORS 层 / 16,928 SM 平米

PODIUM 裙房

SUPPORT FUNCTION 5 FLOORS 层/ 5,400 SM 平米


TJWT


PROJECT CB.1


PROJECT CB.1


PROJECT CB.2


PROJECT CB.3

PROJECT CB.4

PROJECT CB.5


SCULPTURE DESIGN FOR SHANGHAI DATA CENTER After completing design and construction of their newest data center, ICBC asked Gensler to design some sculptures for their entry courtyard. After six weeks of design and discourse, they decided to construct three of the proposals.

GORDIAN

Gordian’s Knot Puzzle Symbolic of Steadfast Strength and Security


TROBIUS

Triple Twisting Mobius Strip Volumetrically Engulfed by a Matrix of Tensile Cables and Parametrically Tilted Cladding


PROGRAM DIAGRAM

tianjin auto museum: cooling tower

EXHIBITION

CONCEPT A: ORBITAL RING

Main Exhibition Outer VIP EXHIBITION EXHIBITION FLOORS

TOTAL AREA = 7,120 sm (46%)

SUPPORT ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES VIP ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES PARKING STORAGE VEHICULAR SERVICE RAMP ELEVATOR, STAIRS, SERVICES

TOTAL AREA = 5,490 sm (29%)

PUBLIC GIFT SHOP RESTAURANT PEDESTRAIN RAMP LIBRARY RETAIL CAFE THEATER lobby

TOTAL AREA = 4,480 sm (35%)

E F

J G

A

MAIN ENTRY

B

MAIN EXHIBITION SPACE

C

LANDING, ENTRY INTO EXHIBITION

D

MULTI FLOOR EXHIBITION

E

PEDESTRIAN/VEHICULAL RAMP

F

LANDING, ARRIVAL AT SERVICE EGG

G

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE EGG

H

LANDING, ARRIVAL AT PUBLIC

I

PUBLIC EGG

J

VEHICULAR RAMP TO STORAGE GARAGE

K

TOWER COURTYARD

MAIN EXHIBITION PLAN

B

C

D I

K

H

southern elevation

TJAM


tianjin auto museum: cooling tower PENTHOUSE CAFE

ELEVATION + 150M

PENTHOUSE EXHIBITION, GIFT SHOP

ELEVATION + 145M

VIP ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES

ELEVATION + 135M

PROGRAM DIAGRAM

CONCEPT B: TRANSAXEL LIFT

EXHIBITION Main Exhibition Outer VIP EXHIBITION EXHIBITION FLOORS

ELEVATION + 125M

CAR EXHIBITION

TOTAL AREA = 7,120 sm (46%) SUPPORT ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES VIP ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES PARKING STORAGE VEHICULAR SERVICE RAMP ELEVATOR, STAIRS, SERVICES

CAR EXHIBITION

ELEVATION + 65M TOTAL AREA = 5,490 sm (29%) PUBLIC

THEATER ELEVATION + 45M LIBRARY/RESEARCH CENTER

ELEVATION + 40M

GIFT SHOP

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES

ELEVATION + 35M

RESTAURANT PEDESTRAIN RAMP LIBRARY

TOUR GROUP LIFT/ AUTOMOBILE LIFT

ELEVATION VARIES

RETAIL CAFE

TJAM

SOUTHERN ELEVATION

OBSERVATION LOOP MAIN LOBBY ENTRANCE PARKING/STORAGE entire museum area = 15,800

ELEVATION +5M ELEVATION + 0.0M ELEVATION - 4M

THEATER lobby

TOTAL AREA = 4,480 sm (35%)

MAIN ENTRY

A

MAIN EXHIBITION SPACE

B

CORE, EGRESS STAIRS, ELEVATORS

C

PEDESTRIAN RAMPS

D

TOUR GROUP LIFT/AUTOMOBILE LIFT

E

ENTRY TO PARKING

F

PENTHOUSE PLAN


deck detail (half)

deck level plan

site plan n.t.s

PROJECT VLA

sections


detail at gear joint

detail at deck edge

PROJECT VLA

hydrolic piston controls skin movemont

piston profile

cable stays

section detail

detail at truss & gear


PROJECT RR


PROJECT RR


NATIONAL MARATIME MUSEUM + AQUATIC CENTER 65,000 SM MUSEUM WITH AQUARIUM IN TIANJIN

能源概念|ENERGY CONCEPT

NMMA

能量方案| ENERGY CONCEPT 阳光发电机 SOLAR ENERGY COLLECTION

冷水交流 COLD WATER EXCHANGE

整合的景观设计 LANDSCAPE INTEGRATION

南向天窗 SOUTH FACING SKYLIGHT

北向天窗 NORTH FACING SKYLIGHT 阳光发电机玻璃 SOLAR PV GLASS

窗框 WINDOW FRAME

自然通风 NATURAL VENTILATION

钢结构 STEEL STRUCTURE

综合屋顶效果图能量分析图 OVERALL ROOF ENERGY DIAGRAM

放大的屋顶效果图 ENLARGED ROOF RENDERING

外露采光系统 EXPLODED SKYLIGHT DIAGRAM

景观元素 LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS


NMMA


PROJECT HTB


PROJECT HTB


enlarged section

ground floor plan

interior lobby structure

birds eye

PULLMAN COACH MUSEUM

west elevation

south east section

east elevation

PROJECT PM


March 1st 2013,

Dear Sir/Madam, I write this letter on behalf of Aaron DeWoskin, whom I worked with at Archiland International 筑土国际都市设计. My position with the firm is General Manager. I oversee all of the finances, human resources, and organizational matters in all three Archiland offices. I previously worked with several large multi-national firms such as Intel, KPMG, and Deloitte. I met Aaron three months after starting with Archiland and noticed immediately that he was different from other expatriates I have worked with in China. He carries with him an intimate knowledge of the Chinese market, client, and colleague. His Mandarin is quite good, and through his experience working here, he has found a successful formula for working inside hybrid local firms. I believe he is quite capable of bridging the gap in standards and expectations between international firms and local design institutes. While most staff only report to me when called upon or have a problem, Aaron arranged meetings with me every two months to sit and discuss the progress of the office, the status of the projects, and the success of the company. It is rare to find an employee who is not an equity partner or upper level manager concerned with the overall wellbeing of a business. Our relationship grew to a high level of mutual respect and understanding as a result of these meetings. In addition to designing a winning museum proposal for The Tianjin Eco City Master Plan Competition, Aaron also pleased several other major clients of ours with two high rise projects, an expo center, and a civic center. I received much positive feedback from our partners and our clients about concepts he designed. Aaron helped greatly in other ways as well. He ran a Rhinoceros and Grasshopper training program, mentored staff in both Beijing and Tianjin, and always elevated morale through humor and praise. I invited him to help me host the 2011 annual dinner. He spoke Mandarin to counterbalance his Chinese female co-host who presented in English. I found Aaron to be a truly unique and talented individual who will strongly benefit your organization on many levels. I would jump at the opportunity to bring him on board. Sincerely Yours,

Leo Wang 王大志 General Manager / Archiland International 筑土国际都市设计 MBA, M.A. Accounting and Finance


KENGO KUMA AND ASSOCIATES

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August  6,  2012     To  whom  it  may  concern:     I  am  writing  in  recommendation  of  my  close  friend  and  respected  colleague  Aaron  DeWoskin,  who  I   understand  is  applying  for  a  full-­‐time  position  as  a  designer  with  your  office.  While  I  have  known   Aaron  as  a  friend  since  our  university  days  beginning  in  1996,  I  am  also  writing  as  a  fellow  architect   and  designer.     Aaron  and  I  have  always  shared  a  lot  of  common  interests  both  inside  and  out  of  school,  but  he  didn't   fully  come  onto  my  radar,  so  to  speak,  until  the  Spring  of  1999.  We  were  both  studio  mates  under   Professor  John  Hoal,  who  specialized  in  a  method  of  design  thinking  that  blended  both  architectural   and  urban  design  scales.  In  this  particular  case,  we  were  challenged  with  the  task  of  designing  an   inner-­‐city  school.  In  short,  Aaron's  was  the  design  that  caught  everyone's  attention.  Although  the  site   was  fairly  constrained,  Aaron  buried  the  gymnasium  of  the  school  in  order  to  make  a  new   playground,  while  packing  all  the  classrooms  into  an  elegant,  thin  bar.  His  approach  was  so  well   considered  that  the  rest  of  us  wondered  why  we  did  not  think  of  the  same  thing.  I  still  remember  the   design  to  this  day.     But  this  was  then,  and  Aaron  was  just  getting  started.  He  has  been  a  force  of  ideas  and  enthusiasm   ever  since.  Now,  his  momentum  has  put  him  at  the  helm  of  some  exciting  designs,  especially  a  recent   competition  win  for  a  museum  in  Tianjin.  Our  geographic  paths  have  diverged—I  branched  out  to   Tokyo,  while  Aaron  delved  into  Shanghai  and  then  Beijing.  But  arguably  he  has  taken  the  more  daring   route,  and  has  done  so  with  dedication.  He  has  not  only  learned  to  speak  fluent  Mandarin  Chinese,   but  also  has  led  projects  both  solo  and  with  teams  in  several  offices  in  China—even  if  he  is  the  only   American  working  in  offices  that  barely  speak  English.  These  are  just  several  aspects  that  show   Aaron's  willingness  to  tread  a  course  that  is  less  obvious,  enviably  out-­‐of-­‐bounds,  and  confidently,   refreshingly  individual.     While  Aaron's  architectural  pursuits  can  be  described  as  focused,  driven,  and  thoughtful,  his  efforts   go  well  beyond  work.  He  recently  organized  a  worldwide  competition  for  21  of  his  friends,   challenging  each  of  us  to  learn  a  very  difficult  and  esoteric  sport  that  requires  balance  and   coordination.  And  this  was  of  course  all  possible  because  he  already  learned  the  otherwise   impossible  task  in  roughly  four  months'  time.  The  sport  is  so  challenging  that  it  has  opened  up  a   whole  new  aspect  of  life,  to  many  of  us  involved.  In  the  process  of  learning  something  new,  many  of   us  have  made  connections  via  Aaron,  friendships  that  otherwise  would  not  have  happened.       Aaron  is  passionate,  imaginative,  and  a  great  all-­‐around  addition  to  any  team  with  the  foresight  to   welcome  him.  But  most  importantly,  he  is  the  kind  of  person  people  like  to  be  around—friendly,   humorous,  and  full  of  heart.     I  recommend  him  strongly  and  without  hesitation.     Sincerely,  

  Balázs  Bognár   Project  Manager/Project  Lead  


August 7th 2012 Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing this letter to recommend Aaron DeWoskin as a candidate for employment. Aaron was employed by Crate and Barrel as an architect from 2002 to 2005. Crate and Barrel Architecture Department 1250 Techny Road Crate and BarrelIllinois is a60062 retail business that sells well designed Northbrook, Telephone: (847) 239-6688 We believe in clean and practical design and use a life style Fax: (847) 272-1305

contemporary home furnisings. of architecture as a method of distinguishing ourselves in the retail market. We maintain an in-house architecture studio in order to enable our architects to have as much exposure as possible to the issues posed by retail store design. Crate and Barrel Architecture Studio handles the design process through the design developement stage. We then team up with an outside associate architecture firmitfor working drawings. To whom maythe concern: Thisquick letter istotopick confirm Michael DeWoskin’s employment as an architect in thequestions, Aaron was upAaron on our needs. He asked detailed and relevant architecture department at Crate and Barrel. Aaron was employed here from January 15, 2002 striving to us as a client and working within our design constraints. His job to understand November 1, 2004. performance was superb. He put in many extra hours of work, checking every detail so that client presentations came off flawlessly. Whenever there was a problem, he was quick as Regards, well as thoughtful in coming up with a solution. His enthusiasm for learning was huge.

I grew to respect Aaron’s work ethic and his intelligence. At lunch on day, I mentioned that I was looking for a piano teacher to come to my house weekly to teach my three young children. Aaron enthusiastically said, “I can do that!” It was a surprise to me that Aaron was an accomplished pianist who had studied at Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan. It Turner surprisedJimmy me even more that a twenty four year old single young architect would have the Director of Architecture skill and Crate patience necessary to teach my children ages four, six, and nine. But he did, and and Barrel jturner@crateandbarrel.com with great success. I am convinced that whatever Aaron sets his mind to do, he will be able to accomplish quite well. He has energy, intelligence, patience and style. He would be a tremendous asset to your company. Please contact me if any further information is needed. Sincerely, Raymond Arenson Executive Vice-President of Merchandising and Design Crate and Barrel 1250 Techny Road Northbrook, Illinois 60062 rarenson@crateandbarrel.com


Aaron Michael DeWoskin EMPLOYMENT Gensler

Senior Designer / Shanghai

07 2013 - Present

• Leading design for tall buildings, mixed use, entertainment, integrated casino resorts, and sculptures • Collaborated with Gensler London, Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Francisco for major international clients • Helped win competitions resulting in full scope contracts for 300 + meter towers in Guangzhou and Shenzhen

Archiland International 筑土国际 Senior Architect / Beijing + Tianjin

08 2011 - 04 2013

• Helped win The Tianjin Eco City CBD Competition, awarding Archiland two cultural buildings and master plan • Designed six projects in Tianjin, one in Changsha, two in Xiqing, one in Qingdao, and one in Debao • Managed rednering teams, designers, and model makers, oversaw design consultants

Archilier Architecture Senior Architect / Shanghai + New York

09 2010 - 03 2011

• From New York to Shanghai offices, developed concepts in Sanya, Beijing, Lijiang, Diqing, and Tianjin • Developed schemes for a St. Regis and a Sheraton Hotel for Starwood, and a seven star Waldorf Astoria Hotel • Collaborated with CCDI (China’s largest local design institute) from inside their Shanghai office

BAU Senior Architect / Shanghai

01 2010 - 04 2010

• Developed concepts for projects in Shanghai, Nanjing, Kunshan, Hangzhou

WDCE 华通国际公司 Senior Architect / Beijing

05 2008 - 04 2009

• Project architect on the Shi Mao Gong San Plaza Sales Center in Sanlitun, an HOK project, completed 2009 • Developed concepts for Shou Kai headquarters building in Beijing, and an international school in HeFei • Worked as the only foreign staff member in a 175 person local Chinese office

Crate & Barrel Architectural Designer / Chicago

01 2002 - 10 2004

• In a team of three, designed and oversaw the construction of six free standing retail buildings • Built 3D CAD models, physical models, rendered images, and organized presentations to the CEO • Generated schematic design and design development drawings, coordinated with associate architects

GREC Architectural Designer / Chicago

06 2000 - 11 2001

• Created working drawings for fire stations, multi-unit housing, industrial facilities • Organized construction documents, reviewed shop drawings, developed scopes of work in the field

EDUCATION Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago Illinois / Master of Architecture

05 2008

Washington University Saint Louis Missouri / Bachelor of Arts in Architecture

05 2000

PERSONAL CLIENTS Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank Headquarters, 150 M Tower, Hai An 2014, concept / Crepanini, 11 M interior abstracted Eiffel Tower covering a crepe restaurant, Beijing, FangCaoDi, 2012, built / Tom Behrens-Sorenson, City Hall by the Great Wall, Beijing 2009, concept ITI Investments + Papa John’s Pizza, three restaurants, Beijing 2005, built / Sultan’s Market, design for restaurant, Chicago 2004, built

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS Mandarin Fluency, Rhinoceros + Grasshopper, Revit, AutoCAD, Ecotect, 3D Studio Max, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office

HOBBIES + SUPPLEMENTAL EMPLOYMENT Studied Classical piano for twenty two years and taught three students for six years / Founded and performed with a street dancing entertainment company Ground Breakers for five years / In 2013 created and hosted Third Life Crisis, an international Freeline skating competition (see YouTube and Facebook for introduction) / Enjoy gourmet cooking and baking, dancing, writing hip hop lyrics, drawing, sculpting with FIMO, yoga, deep powder snowboarding through the backcountry, skating, swimming, and building fixed gear bicycles and custom scooters / Absorb language and culture through daily local conversation and international travel contact

aaron_dewoskin@gensler.com

+86 18616778643

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